Adorable bbs in Costume

Aside from cosplaying myself, my favorite part of cons is seeing Geeks In Training (geeklings or bb!nerds) in costumes of their own. Custom made or store bought, tiny cosplayers are always the highlight of my day and the cutest damned things imaginable. Enjoy!
Now that I’m looking at these kids, I’m less confident that they’re meant to be Tolkien characters. The youngest has a striking resemblance to Arya Stark!

Now that I’m looking at these kids, I’m less confident that they’re meant to be Tolkien characters. The youngest has a striking resemblance to Arya Stark!

tyndalecode:

I wore this on Sunday, which tends to be slower cos-play wise, but I still found a Sansa!

More kiddos coming later after I move onto the second leg of my extended vacation in LA!

tyndalecode:

I wore this on Sunday, which tends to be slower cos-play wise, but I still found a Sansa!

More kiddos coming later after I move onto the second leg of my extended vacation in LA!

tyndalecode:

Interviews! #Got #gameofthrones #margaerytyrell #captainamerica #wintersoldier

tyndalecode:

Interviews! #Got #gameofthrones #margaerytyrell #captainamerica #wintersoldier

racialicious:

After livetweeting racebending's great panel on women in the comic book industry this afternoon (to be posted for your reading pleasure on the site this week!) I headed back down to the floor to take some more shots of cosplayers of colour. We also did some interviews with kiddie cosplayers for BleedingCool.com, and I was happy to be able to include so many great POC kids throughout the weekend.

This group of cosplayers includes Buzz Lightyear, Princess Leia, Captain America, Winter Soldier (who made his own costume entirely), Bert from Mary Poppins, and myself as Margaery Tyrell — KJ

It’s only the most confident of parents who let their child dress as Joffrey Baratheon.

It’s only the most confident of parents who let their child dress as Joffrey Baratheon.